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Bata-kun's rant on 'SF IV'
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From what I remember, I heard that in some meeting, the majority of the gathers said that "SF IV" should be in 3D. Whether or not that'll happen, I don't know. If that does happen, I'd like to know how much brandy, whisky, or possibly both was mixed into the sake that the Japanese Capcom staff members had when they gave "SF" to its American branch. About "SF IV" being in the works for about 5 years, I saw an interview a while ago with a Capcom Japan staff member. I'd show the interview, but one, it's been years since I last saw it and two, I doubt that it's up anymore. Anyway, I remember the staff member said that Dee Jay was an unusual chararacter or something like that. Other than that, I don't remember much. In terms of the term "possibility", that showed up in the interview as well. Probably Dash Taisen, if it's still up, would be the only site I can think to have the interview, but I highly doubt it has interview. As for the game being in works for five years, that is reasonable, give or take a year. Now, can "SF IV" be better than "III"? My heart says "I hope so", but my mind, says "I'm afraid that it'll be worse". If you know me, you should know by now that "III" is okay at best. I think that "III", especially "Third Strike", showed me a preview of what "IV" will be like: a game many people will get into, but only because of the final product and it won't even be that great in my own eyes, which is not a good trait. I predict that in "IV", I won't hear classics and fitting music, I won't stages get better with each version, I won't like half of the characters (if not, more) in the end and I will say that the fundamentals will be more hideous than the thought of seeing Kusaregedou eating Rimururu. No, I take that back. The thought is more hideous, but the fundamentals will still be hideous. Remember "II"? The last version wasn't that great because of Gouki and I had to deal with Big Bird as the announcer again. (If the announcer said, "'Street Fighter' was brought to you today by the letters 'F' and 'S' and the number '2'," I'm so going to scream.) I could have sworn that something was removed in the Thailand statue stage in the later versions too. (A tree, I think.) The only reason you wanted to play the last version was because it introduced Super Combos for the first time in the series. "Zero III" was the most competitive game of the "Zero" series, but like Iggy said, many people, including myself, prefer " Z II" over "Z III" because it was and still is more fun. Plus, it has elements "Z III" should have kept (like the terrific stages). The point is that just because it's the final product, it doesn't mean that it'll be that great. If this turns out to be the finale, which I hope to Kami-sama that it doesn't so that it can be passed down to the other Asia branch, "Sutofai" to me will only be remembered as the series with the forever-changing "II", not as one of the greatest series ever.
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